Grimm Screencaps – All Updated

I’ve updated the Bree Turner Source Gallery with the caps from the last two episodes of Grimm.




Bree Turner Source Gallery > Grimm > 03×17 – Synchronicity
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Grimm Screencaps – The Show Must Go On

This week’s episode of Grimm “The Show Must Go On” is up in the Bree Turner Source Gallery.


Bree Turner Source Gallery > Grimm > 03×16 – The Show Must Go On

Filed Under: News • Posted on March 22nd, 2014 by Colleen • No Comments »


“Grimm” Renewed For Season 4

NBC has renewed Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. and Grimm.

The three scripted one-hour dramas will return for the 2014-15 season, joining The Blacklist, The Voice and Celebrity Apprentice. Parks and Recreation also was officially picked up for a seventh season.

NBC is currently the top-rated network among broadcasters in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic and is enjoying a 20 percent improvement compared to last year, with its highest rating, 25 weeks into the season, in six years. The renewed scripted dramas — as well as Parks and Recreation — mark the first returning series to earn early pickups. All four shows hail from NBC’s studio counterpart, Universal Television.

Chicago Fire will return for a third season after proving a reliable performer for NBC on Tuesdays, regularly winning its 10 p.m. slot with an average of a 3.1 rating among adults 18-49 and an average of 10.6 million viewers. The series, from exec producer Dick Wolf, is up 35 percent year over year in the demo and 33 percent among total viewers. Its move from Wednesdays to Tuesdays this season helped the network improve in the 10 p.m. slot by 24 percent in the demo.

Spinoff Chicago P.D., starring Sophia Bush and also produced by Wolf, becomes the network’s second freshman drama to earn a sophomore season (The Blacklist was given an early renewal in December for a second run). The series is averaging a 2.5 rating among adults 18-49 and 8.9 million total viewers, retaining 94 percent of its Law & Order: SVU lead-in and 97 percent among total viewers when factoring in DVR viewing. P.D. has generated NBC’s nine best 18-49 results win in its Wednesdays at 10 p.m. slot, excluding the Olympics and SNL specials.

Meanwhile, the fate of Wolf’s veteran procedural, SVU, has yet to be determined as star Mariska Hargitay has not yet inked a new deal for the procedural, currently in its 15th season.

Grimm, meanwhile, will return for a fourth season after raking as Friday’s No. 1 broadcast series among adults 18-49 with a 2.5 rating. The series is up 4 percent year-over-year season-to-date compared to season three and its 8.1 million total viewers average is up 17 percent vs. a year ago. The series is executive produced by Sean Hayes’ Hazy Mills and continues the actor-producer’s relationship with NBC, which also has a sturdy performer in celebrity reality competition series Hollywood Game Night, though Sean Saves the World has been canceled. NBC has used Grimm in a bid to launch a supernatural-themed Friday this season, pairing it with rookie Dracula, which is not considered likely to return.

Wednesday’s confirmation of Parks and Rec’s seventh-season return comes two months after NBC’s Bob Greenblatt went “out on a limb” to say that the acclaimed comedy would “return for a seventh season” and announced star Amy Poehler’s three-year overall deal. Parks’ renewal also will ensure that showrunners Mike Schur and Dan Goor have two series on the air next season, with the niche comedy joining Fox’s already-renewed Brooklyn Nine-Nine. For her part, Poehler also has comedy pilot Old Soul in contention at the network.

The renewals mark NBC’s first veteran scripted series pickups for the 2014-15 broadcast season. The fates of stalwarts Community, SVU, Parenthood, Hannibal and Revolution as well as rookies including About a Boy, Growing Up Fisher, Believe, Crisis, Undateable and The Night Shift will be determined closer to the network’s upfront presentation to Madison Avenue ad buyers in May. (Night Shift and Undateable have yet to premiere.) The Michael J. Fox Show is not expected to return after it was pulled from the schedule with a handful of episodes yet to air.

Looking at its development slate, NBC has 27 comedies and dramas in the mix (down one from last year), including four series orders: an untitled comedy from Tina Fey starring The Office’s Ellie Kemper; co-production Working the Engels; Craig Robinson’s six-episode comedy Mr. Robinson; as well as Emerald City. Also on the network’s docket are miniseries The Slap, The Bible follow-up A.D., Rosemary’s Baby and Peter Pan.

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Filed Under: Grimm, News • Posted on March 19th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments »


“Grimm” 3×15 Captures

The photo gallery at Bree Turner Source has been updated with 209 high definition screen captures from “Grimm” episode 3×15.

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• Bree Turner Source > Television Series > Grimm > Season 3 > Screen Captures > 03×15 – Once We Were Gods

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Grimm Screencaps – Mommy Dearest`


|Bree Turner Source Gallery > Grimm > Season 3 > 03×14 – Mommy Dearest

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“Grimm” 3×13 Captures

The photo gallery at Bree Turner Source has been updated with 285 high definition screen captures from “Grimm” episode 3×13.

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• Bree Turner Source > Television Series > Grimm > Season 3 > Screen Captures > 03×13 – Revelation

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“Grimm” Webisodes Premiere Friday Online

For the next few weeks, NBC’s primetime lineup will be dominated by its coverage of the Winter Olympics. But there is some new NBC content to look forward to.

NBC has announced that “Grimm,” “Parks and Recreation,” “Chicago Fire” and “Parenthood” will each get new webisodes that will premiere this month. “Chicago Fire” will go first on Tuesday, February 11 with a storyline that catches up with Dawson (Monica Raymond) during her firefighting training as she finds herself facing an emergency situation while alone at the station.

“Parenthood” will follow with a four part serial on Thursday, February 13. Then “Grimm’ will run its four part adventure on Friday, February 14, as Rosalee (Bree Turner) and Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) attempt to enjoy a spa date with their friends before realizing that a Zieglevolk is casting a love spell on them.

“Parks and Recreation” will bow with its webisodes on Thursday, February 20. Unlike the other shows, “Parks and Rec” will step out of its usual narrative and focus on “The Hapley Group,” a talk show within the world of the series that is hosted by Perd Hapley (Jay Jackson). For the webisodes, Perd will be joined by other Pawnee personalities including Joan Callamezzo (Mo Collins), Mike Patterson (Seth Morris), Crazy Ira (Matt Besser) and “The Douche” (Nick Kroll).

All of the webisodes will be streamed on Hulu, Youtube and NBC.com.

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Filed Under: Grimm, News • Posted on February 11th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments »


Ladies of “Grimm” visit children’s hospital

Cast members from NBC’s hit show Grimm paid a surprise visit to young patients at Randall Children’s Hospital Saturday.

Actresses Bitsie Tulloch, Claire Coffee and Bree Turner went from room to room meeting with several kids.

The youngsters were thrilled to have them, and the actresses said it was a pleasure to meet young Grimm fans.

They also posed for pictures with hospital staff.

“The kids are remarkable and sweet as heck, and we are honored to be here,” Tullock said.

Grimm returns with new episodes on Feb. 28 on KGW.

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“Grimm” 3×12 Captures

The photo gallery at Bree Turner Source has been updated with 472 high definition screen captures from “Grimm” episode 3×12.

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• Bree Turner Source > Television Series > Grimm > Season 3 > Screen Captures > 03×12 – The Wild Hunt

Filed Under: Gallery, Grimm • Posted on January 27th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments »


Dread Central Interview

Grimm Stars Silas Weir Mitchell and Bree Turner Talk Wesen Marriage, Family Dynamics, a New Web Series, and More!With Monrosalee newly engaged, “Grimm” co-stars Silas Weir Mitchell and Bree Turner sat down to chat about the upcoming nuptials, their characters’ consistencies, and what else is ahead for the pair, including a Rosalee/Juliette web series.

Q: Can you talk a bit about filming the proposal? Have they discussed with you how they will eventually do a wedding or anything like that?

Bree Turner: The whole episode was super fun for us to shoot… we really packed in the whole episode from the roller-coaster promotions from the night of the proposal and then getting engaged and then the parents coming in the end – it’s really filled. But the proposal scene was adorable and fun and silly… we had a good time that whole section of the show, right? We had fun.

Silas Weir Mitchell: You’re right; the roller-coaster is a good metaphor because it was… the writers really make it as complicated as they possibly can. And so as soon as you think everything is fine, you know, the parents show up and it gets extremely difficult. But yes, the shooting of that scene was really… it was fun… it’s fun to watch this imaginary life… the way that it happens is so sort of unique, you know… the writers write unique stuff.

Bree Turner: I feel like what’s been enjoyable about exploring the relationship is that there’s been just… very truthful consistencies from beginning until now about who these characters are and how they treat each other and handle these different moments in their relationship. And I think the proposal moment is just such a pure and touching and honest moment and very much in the vein of who these characters are.

Silas Weir Mitchell: And still… they allow for the complexity, you know what I mean?… I mean it is “Grimm” after all, but it’s also… the writers allow for… the complexity and the darkness of – Are people going to accept a Blutbad and a Fuchsbau? That’s a rich kind of basically interracial kind of vein that they’re going to mine. So as sweet as it is, which it totally is, what I like about what the writers do is they allow for complexity and darkness…

Q: Kind of along those lines, are there going to be any Wesen customs that are coming in terms of the engagement and wedding or anything like that?

Silas Weir Mitchell: The only thing that we really know is that the Wesens tend to like to marry in the wild.

Q: Touching upon the previous episode when you go and meet Rosalee’s parents, could you talk a little bit about what that was like for both of you?

Bree Turner: Well, the whole dinner scene, everything with my mom and sister, took place in one day so it was a very long 18-hour day… up in Hillsborough, and it was exhausting. I was exhausted and I think we got beers after that day because it was… a biggie and, you know, there was a lot of emotional stuff going on for Rosalee…I felt… “exhausted” would be the word I would use by the end of that day.

Silas Weir Mitchell: [It was] just the most awkward dinner in the history of man…. I felt bad, you know? I felt bad for Rosalee in this situation. To have… this sister… it was hard because I think there’s a lot of truth to that familial dynamic. And I felt the awkwardness. It’s like I felt the love; I felt the awkwardness.

Q: Are we going to learn more about Rosalee’s family – Freddy and what happened around his death – heading towards the wedding?

Bree Turner: Well, that hasn’t come up in any scripts yet, but I don’t know… what I think is nice about a lot of the episodes is that there isn’t a lot of dialogue just for the sake of dialogue. You don’t need to talk about everything, and it’s just an understanding. And I think that just that one line that I say – that Rosalee says to Monroe outside – that I assumed they would be more understanding that I basically handled all of Freddy’s death and the shock and dealing with all that. I mean, it’s pretty clear that they decided not to be involved in that event and that I totally took that on. And I don’t know; we’ll see. I don’t know if that’s going to be more addressed in more detail later; it hasn’t yet.

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Filed Under: Grimm, Interviews • Posted on January 27th, 2014 by Jennifer • No Comments »




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